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to hillary clinton's face to karl rove's pathological fear of ashley judd, it could not have been a weirder week for politics. all this is coming up. >>> first an update on the storm hitting the northeast. >> alex, thanks to you. i'm craig melvin. here is the very latest on that winter storm. new york transit authority has suspended the system that goes into kkds. rhode island and new york with limited in maine as well. governors have issued travel bans this afternoon for all nonessential vehicles. nearly 5,000 flights have been canceled so far. amtrak suspended northbound service out of new york's penn station earlier tonight. this was governor chris christie earlier tonight. >> the overall safety issues is an obvious one, stay home. >> let's go to bill karins with the latest on this. what can you tell us? >> we're halfway through with our blizzard. that we know for sure. some areas are fairing well and some are doing as bad as we thought they would, rhode island up toward the boston area. let me show you the wind gusts. now we're cutting it to the peak winds of this storm. new haven, nort
into a deeper hole. bill clinton rallies house democrats. he has the plan. karl rove attacks ashley judd again. and bieber mania is alive and well here at 30 rock in new york city. this is "the ed show." let's get to work. good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. the northeastern portion of the united states is still recovering from the devastation of sandy, and tonight the region is being hit by another powerful storm. the massive nor'easter could be one of the worst in history. well, you've got governors declaring states of emergency in new york, connecticut, and massachusetts, along with rhode island and maine. in boston, the city is the epicenter of two storms which could break boston's all-time snowstorm record of 27.6 inches. up and down the northeastern coast, between 1 and 3 feet of snow is expected to fall. forecasters warned of blizzard conditions including wind gusts of up to 75 miles per hour. this could cause widespread power outages this evening. the national guard was activated in states of connecticut, massachusetts, new york, of course to help with emergen
on lockdown. >>> then karl rove loses his cool over ashley judd on national television. >>> bill clinton is back, giving direction to the democrats. >>> we'll talk to the justin bieber fans braving a monster storm to get "saturday night live" tickets. >>> and the mayor of cable news gets caught lying to the folks again. >> heard anything on nbc? >> not yet. >> no. >>> tonight we'll expose bill o'reilly's gross deception about msnbc. our social media visibility. more "likes." more tweets. so, beginning today, my son brock and his whole team will be our new senior social media strategists. any questions? since we make radiator valves wouldn't it be better if we just let fedex help us to expand to new markets? hmm gotta admit that's better than a few "likes." i don't have the door code. who's that? he won a contest online to be ceo for the day. how am i supposed to run a business here without an office?! [ male announcer ] fast, reliable deliveries worldwide. fedex. [ male announcer ] fast, reliable deliveries worldwide. i have obligations. cute tobligations, but obligations.g. i need to re
, secretary clinton has put in place a very open and transparent process, which i am committed to seeing through. i can guarantee you that it will be fair and transparent, accountable, and we hope that we will be able to be in a position to make an announcement in the near term. i do not want to pin down precisely when, but i assure you, in the near term. i will not go into the merits of it here today. i take great respect, as i did in my comments earlier, to the important energy relationship with canada and the importance of the overall relationship, but we have a legitimate process that is underway, and i intend to honor that. >> we had a good discussion with respect to keystone. we appreciated the secretary's comments at his confirmation hearings. we spoke about making decisions based on science and based on fact. obviously, when it comes to the environment, i think we have like-minded objectives. mr. harper and mr. obama have both set a 7% reduction in emissions. -- 17% we have worked together on reducing emissions in cars and trucks. canada is aggressively moving forward on our plan
and hillary clinton were awol and the defense department and the joint chiefs of staff were apparently unable to do anything to save our boys. tough story. we'll talk about it. "the kudlow report" begins right now. >>> first up the big story this evening. the northeast getting pounded with snow. nbc's jay gray is in boston, and that's still expected to be where the worst of it will happen. jay, governor patrick in massachusetts ordered all cars off the road at 4:00 p.m. today. does it look like people are following that order? >> reporter: hey there and good evening from boston. yeah, for the most part it looks like people are complying with that order to stay off the roadways. from our vantage point over the last couple of hours all we've seen are plows, sanding trucks and emergency officials out. that's good news. it means people are listening. they're inside their homes and trying to ride this storm out. look, this may be the hardest-hit area in this blizzard. forecasters saying we could see 2 to 3 feet of snow when it's all over. and unfortunately as the wind picks up here we're going to
. we want to talk about it in the war room. joining me now, former aid to president clinton, and former assistant to george w. bush. good to see you. >> keith, let me start with you. do we think there will be a main headline out of the president's speech? do we think there will be a singular focus? >> think it will be focused mostly on the economy and jobs? the president ran on that issue last year and what's happened is that since november we've gotten sidetracked talking about deficit reduction. we talked about the fiscal cliff until the end of the year and we're talking about the debt deals and we're talking about sequestration and none of these terms came up during the debates or the election. what people are concerned about is the unemployment rate which is 7.9%. they're concerned about what the economy will do in the future and we saw with the gdp numbers just last quarter. when the gdp started to decline in the last quarter and it was because the government was pulling back and they needed to spend money and they wanted to reinvest in education and structure. >> you don't expect
speaker, john boehner, and doesn't have a political job? hillary clinton, that's who. released the poll in which the former secretary of state was voted the most popular national political figure. clinton's favorable rating beat the president by ten points. the telephone poll began last week and ended monday, just as clinton was leaving her job. >> 50 years ago, tomorrow, robert f. kennedy set out on a remarkable walk along the cno canal toe path. that says a lot about his sheer force of will and how much the country lost when >>> 50 years ago tomorrow, robert f. kennedy set off on a remarkable walk. 50 miles from d.c. to harper's ferry, west virginia, and he did it in dress shoes. bruce leshan reports that tomorrow at 4:00 a.m., starting at great falls tavern, another group of hikers plans to do it all over again, but in better shoes. >> oh heaven's yes, yeah. oh boy. >> 50 years later, the memory of bobby kennedy's unclenchable spirit, brings tears to a man who walked with him. >> he lost a lot. >> a country is as strong as its citizens. >> it started as a dare from his brother,
of state, the inevitable mrs. clinton -- the inevitable -- inimitable mrs. clinton she did a wonderful job in representing the views of the united states abroad. we welcome john kerry. he is one of the architects of the kerry-lugar legislation, which has been instrumental anchoring this broadbased relationship and we hope, a sustainable, multifaceted relationship. we also know that it is not -- that it is the transcendent personalities as well as political parties. -- our relationship transcends personalities as well as political parties. we hope to work with congress, and of course, senator kerry has emerged from those ranks. we look forward to working with him. i do not think we need to speak to any of this. his work spells out his policy agenda. i'm sure he has a great deal to address as he takes this important and challenging tax -- task. >> one more for me before we move around a table. as you know, your foreign minister did a talk on the council on foreign relations, moderated by the "the new york times" and while there, she said in terms of the policy toward afghanistan that the uni
by secretary of state... then secretary of state clinton and then head of c.i.a. general petraeus that we provide weapons to the resistance in syria? did you support that? >> we did. >> you did support that. >> we did. >> suarez: so far, the president's judgment has been that things won't get better with american arms. instead, he's warned the weapons might fall into the hands of extremist elements, a concern reiterated today by the new secretary of state, who was asked about the deliberations last year. >> i don't know what the discussions were in the white house and i'm not going backwards. the new administration, we're going forward from this point. there are serious questions about al nusra and a.q.i.-- al qaeda in iraq-- and other violent groups on ground. >> suarez: those groups are among the most effective fighters against the assad regime. they include jabhat al nusra, which the u.s. has declared a terrorist organization. but last november, a top rebel commander in northern syria, colonel abdul jabaar al aikidi, told "the newshour's" margaret warner the u.s. reasoning is a farce.
:00 on c-span. >> former president bill clinton speaks to a gathering of house democrats. john kerry meets with the canadian foreign minister. and military farewell for outgoing defense secretary leon panetta -- leon panetta. >> former president bill clinton discussed the issues of jobs, immigration, health care, and gun control. he is introduced by steny hoyer. >> i understand the next speaker does not need an introduction. but then i would not have anything to say. so you know -- thank you, thank you, thank you. for over 20 years, bill clinton has been a determined evangelist for the american dream. the voters of this country puts him in the white house twice. not only because he understands what the american dream is all about, but because he also has a gift for explaining why our party is so committed to defending and promoting the dream. during his eight years as president, he oversaw record job growth, at 22.7 million jobs created. he also became the first president to balance the budget for years in a row. the stock market went up 226%. it went down 25% under george bush. the years
former secretary of state hillary clinton the most 61% surveyed him as the most popular u.s. politician sur pras pasing president obama. the poll found clinton was viewed more favorably than independents and republicans than mr. obama. >> coming up a san francisco company gets a jump start. >> and a treasure trove of confiscated stuff up for auction today. they can help furnish your home, maybe a church. you're going to hear about the find at 6:00. >> then, hidden costs often in those online sweetheart flower deals. the news at 5:00 continues in just one minute. thoorks is security video of an armed robbery. police are hoping that you can help identify these people. the video shows three then men going into the famplers market telling a worker to get on the ground then shot one in the leg. a customer was also shot in the leg. the robbers took about 2000s ndz cash from the register. >> thousands of dollars worth of state property goes up for auction tomorrow in sacramento with unusual things hitting the block. lots of the stuff taken from passengers at airport security check points in sa
in the broader region. i think secretary clinton and panetta seemed to be overruled by the white house. >> heather: it boggles the mind, the threat streams in libya, they were equaled elsewhere with equally significant and threatening intelligence, general dempsey's words. if we know that, then why this report from the deputy general that looked at 27 overseas diplomatic posts found numerous security standards violations for overseas buildings. on top of that the state department not keeping track of all the rules violated. why is that happening? >> they inspector general tells us the what and not the why. the sense i get there really is a ideological or political overtone we are unwinding wars to allocate resources to other purposes. it's not taking seriously what any reasonable person's mind would suggest. a broadening they the threat. the scope of al-qaeda and affiliated reach is expanding. there has been a lack of willingness among top leadership especially in the white house to take that head on. >> heather: you mentioned we have heard from clinton, panetta petraeus, dempsey, bren
opportunity. have to go one of two ways. president clinton in his first year of his second term had specific but achievable things. children's health initiative. he did. balancing the budget. which he did. president bush, much deeper. said a lot of things, but mostly said, let's fundamentally challenge social security. unable to get that. this president in the inaugural address was more in the bush model. he was throwing very, very deep in the inaugural. >> this president is engaged in some very canny tactics. he's launching a lot of ideas. especially on guns, for example. where he must know he probably can't get it. >> can get something. maybe not necessarily everything. >> probably very little through congress. >> background checks? >> i would doubt it. i think what he things he's doing is he thinks it doesn't matter. what i'm doing is elbowing my opponents to the marches. they may be able to win on congress. i will win on tv. because the american people are for these things even if congress is not. the more congress opposes me, the more marginal they look. you can see something similar go
is running against hillary clinton. governor christie has done for the fat man what governor white has done for old ladies. he has made them cool. on letterman fat, funny. effective. this can't possibly be sitting well with the hillary camp. they trot out this doctor who used to work. >> bill: you think it's political thing. >> she used to work at the clinton white house. she no doubt administered a lot of penicillin and not a lot of truth serum for world. dropping dead and going to get a stroke. >> bill: you think this was orchestrated. >> not tough love, political. that's why he reacted as angry as did he. >> that's a little conspiratorial torl. >> personally selected this woman as his physician at the white house. >> she said. >> bill: he was a little pudgy at the time too. >> better back then. >> fog about betty white, on monday, did i talking points memo that objected to the taco bell super bowl ad because i felt it gheend older people. roll the tape ♪ ♪ singing in spanish] >> bill: am i crazy, mcguirk or what? >> well, listen, bill, first of all, the old people of today are not th
. the winners get to run against hillary clinton. the losers get to say it's not their fault they lost. wait a minute. that doesn't make any sense. and neither does this fight on the right for the right to say you're right. with me tonight are two msnbc political analysts, joy reid of the grio and david corn from "mother jones." joy, it really is a joy to watch this, to watch rove running around as some sort of new matt dillon cleaning up the party, cleaning up main street from all the bad guys when, in fact, many people would say that karl rove has been the problem from, well, since 2000 when he brought us "w." >> absolutely crazy. i love the way you called them the cuckoo's nest. karl rove's strategy and the reason he's considered a smart guy in politics is he found a way to convince the cuckoo's nest that george w. bush was really their guy and convinced evangelicals that george w. bush is your guy and convinced the right wing. he passed off neoconservatism as conservatism. he passed off the idea of endless war and nation building. he sold them a bill of goods, and what they got back was
call. next is robert, clinton, maryland on our line for democrats. caller: i do not mean to put anybody down. one thing about conservatives is they never quit. no matter what happens, they do not change. the economy could have been worse if president obama had not initiated the stimulants -- stimulus to help save the economy. we were in a tailspin. republicans he stored the economy. this man comes along and side decides to save it. they are still fighting him. that sequestration deal -- this will completely destroy the economy. we need to spend money to exist. in the u.s., you just cannot stop spending money. if you do, it will be the end of us. these people are haters. they are not going to change the way they think. thank god there are enough people in this country who think progressively. maybe we can turn this economy around and help america. have a nice day. host: robert brings up the sequestration. we will talk about that later with ray locker of "usa today." he will talk about the sequestration's effect on defense spending. that will be and about 25 minutes. we want to show you m
. they ask for gifts but the tree remembers. >> host: when you hear the term bill clinton is the first -- black president of the united states what are your thoughts? >> guest: oh my. i think it's absurd personally. i think sometimes we have been denied the highest attention for so long that when people attend our church and they know the hymns or they play the saxophone reasonably well, we accord them credit that is largely undeserved. bill clinton was returning that fleeing haitian refugees who had been fleeing the military dictatorship that we armed and supported in haiti, and he cordoned the place with ships and copies people and turned them over to their killers. in rwanda, in the u.n. it was ambassador madeleine albright who has to take some responsibility for it but deaths of 500,000 tutsis in rwanda because she single-handedly obstructed do you win intervention with the support of bill clinton. when a handful of nations and the caribbean, st. lucia, dominica and a few others, banana producing nation's, had a small slice of the european market to export their finance, though cli
-- the issue will come up at the president's state of the union tuesday night. >> hillary clinton may not have a job but she is still pretty popular. a university police found the just departed secretary of state is the most popular national political figure among and number of luminaries. she is rated as 61% -- at 61%. the group included president obama, joe biden, marco rubio and john kerry. >> as many as half a dozen baltimore city charter schools may be forced to close sooner rather than later. the school board is expected to make its final decision tuesday. that's when the district would officially canceled the contract of schools like the baltimore freedom academy. students lobbied state lawmakers. >> the school has helped me out a lot. it-change to meet. made my parents more proud of me. it means that i can walk up to my parents and let them know i am doing something good with my life. >> an advisory panel recommended the changes. the review was based on still -- on school climate, academic performance and financial management. next, a win win for baltimore? >> fine dining at a tasty fe
that during the clinton administration and alter the bush administration, they did nothing to rein in fannie mae and freddie mac which mr. bush could have done with his hud critz terry and reduced the mandates from over 60% that they wanted subprime mortgages. this is what caused the collapse. right now, fannie mae and freddie mac are making it more difficult to get a mortgage but they are going through the fha. this is part of the problem -- not that we don't have enough regulation, is that we don't have good regulation or people enforcing those regulations. guest: he raises a lot of really excellent points. you have to come back to the causes of the financial crisis. you are right, the rating agencies played a part in the financial crisis and subprime mortgages played a part and one of the parts that was played it was pay that was encouraging these companies to take risks, and that is why it is so important for us to review the reports that we did. i will give you a perfect example. you had loan officers at banks who were being paid bonuses and pay based on how many loans they created, not
and president clinton launched tomahawk missiles based on the intelligence from the embassies that were blown up in east africa. he launched tomahawk missiles into the sudan and afghanistan. and they hit targets to lend if you have as to any of us in this from the next morning whether america was the war, just that all of us would have said no. we fired some missiles, but we're not at war. if u.s. people is the impact of those, not missiles i think there would have a different view. so the danger is committed to a potentially lower the willingness to use force and nothing given as four. yet you build up entities, you build the people who think there are a war with you. when did al qaeda go to war with the united states? the average answer is september september 11th. al qaeda declared war in 1996. most of us did not get the memo. but they attacked the coal, east africa, they were at war with us, and there's always a danger when one side is the war and the other is not commend both ways. the danger of all of this technology is that cyber has the same potential. anytime you can sit back and relati
of his boyish, looks and youthful charm, but george stephanopoulos is a massive bully. in the clinton war room and he pretends he is an objective journalist so that he can ram his agenda that everyone's throat. this civilian -- instead of going in he says i'm not objective, you're not objective. you're gonna sit there and let me make you look horrible. of am excited to be here, happy to be here, thank you for giving me access to you and your audience. before we get started afraid to my and conservative. you're a liberal. you're somebody who is in the clinton war room, somebody who takes talking points that i want our biases out on the table. at the outset people need to know that if i am questioning the premise of your question, because i'm being combative is because you're coming from the opposite political viewpoint of mine which is a perfectly fair tactic. newt gingrich did this during the debate. you would go after the questionnaire. that is what we ought to be doing. they are running control. and if you think that the audience is stacked against you and you think it is going to be so
to as many as 3,000 construction-related jobs from people in places like clinton and wausau, green bay and prairie du chien, superior and chippewa falls, all who want us to pass this bill. we need to get started on this welcoming a number of people who really want to get to work. joining me are josh dennis, larry youngs, cindy lafortune, karl krall, richard galarno, curt lusua, adam kaseno, steve anderson, harold wickman, and ryan haffenbredl. these operating engineers are members of local 139, who are looking for work. carpenters and millwrights from united brotherhood of carpenters, welcome dana tonnelli, bob polencheck, charlie steed, al ida, dan gillespie, pete langreck, david grottke, and jim berrens. holding up the flag of the greaton the right side of the seal is the image of a miner. in the upper right corner are the tools of a miner. and on the top of the seal is a nickname given to early settlers who were miners. if any state can move forward with a way to streamline the process for safe and state? from the mining bill to mining for jobs earlier this year, i spoke with kerry
another medal on u.s. army staff sergeant clinton romesha for his bravery back in 2009 during the battle at combat outpost keating in afghanistan. we're going to have more of our conversation with colonel jacobs tomorrow at 12 noon when he discusses the current drone operations overseas and the acute problem of ptsd here at home. >>> coming up, the dangers of digging out from the storm. >>> bringing you live pictures. they are digging out in hartford, connecticut. pretty hard hit in this blizzard of 2013. in minutes we'll have the latest on where the big concern now lies. meteorologist bill karins will join me for all of that. first let's take a look at a few more still images. this is one from boston. that's a beaut. cars or something buried under there. this one from boston as well. a bit further up the coast this picture is from bill rikka up in maine. i wonder if that is him. we'll bring you more images from the storm in just a bit. >>> in a moment reports from areas hardest hit by the blizzard. plus when will those stranded air travellers be able to take off? . and they help keep st
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money. our economy is not growing because people are fearful. one of your great here rose, bill clinton, said there is about $2 trillion that people are sitting on. why? because they have no confidence in sure ty in the marketplace. we have a democrat senate that hasn't produced a budget in four years! that's the only thing they're charge to do do is get a budget. the president submitted a budget, yet not one democrat will vote for it. until we get our fiscal house in order, but you guys can't even get a budget through the senate. >> rick: brad, i got to ask you, because the republicans, talking about getting their house in order, the republican party is split on a unifying message for a way forward. we're hearing sort of cracks in the wall on the sequestration debate on immigration. it doesn't seem like the republicans are in lock step on a lot of issues. i'm wondering how they can combat this president and keep him from pushing his agenda forward when they're not really on the same page themselves. >> we are on the same page. we are with fiscal responsibility. we're on the same page o
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